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edition of "hannity"." we have the great one mark lavin. we will bring in our studio audience as you can see of distinguished guests. let's look inside the great one's latest book the liberty amendments restoring the amenity public. levin is amending 11 proposals for constitution and how each and every one wcould help restoe reserve individual rights and mark the first step towards reclaiming the country that belongs to you the american people. the amendments why he wrote the book author himself the grave one. welcome mark levin. >> in many ways you wrote liberty in teern knee sold over a million copies you wrote ameritopia. am i right thinking this is almost a third in the series? >> it really is. i am not running around writing amendments to the constitution. what i am doing is talking about reestablishing constitutional amendmentism. we do not have it today. we will get into that a little later. what i am saying is unlike our opponents we sris rate the constitution trying to figure out ways to centralize the government as much as we can in violation to the constitution. those of us wh
're looking out for you. >>> welcome to the special audience issue of "hannity." tonight we're joined by best-selling author mark levine and then the studio audience you can see of distinguished guests. but first inside "the liberty amendments, restoring the american republic." now, levin is proposing amendments. mark, the first step towards reclaiming the country that belongs to you, the american people. here to explain, why he wrote the book, author himself, the great one, ladies and gentlemen, welcome mark levin. [ applause ] many ways, you wrote "liberty and tyranny," sold over a million copies. am i right in reading this book and thinking this is like a third in a series? >> you know, it really is. i want people to understand, i'm not running around writing amendments to the constitution. what i'm doing is talking about re-establishing constitutional republicanism because we do not have it today. we can get in to that a little bit later. what i'm saying is unlike our opponents who evade the constitution, eviscerate the constitution, try to centralize the government as much as they can in
's home and sean hanni hannitys too. this is the birthday of william wells, bill berry and j.k j.k.rowling. and on this date pbs began experiments with their station, and 82 years is the exact median age of a 60 minute anchor. this is "viewpoint." >> i'm john fugelsang and this is "viewpoint." she's some of the smartest funny talented people on tv today. she's right here on current tv. i give you author, key median, brooklyn's own joy behar. >> hello, john. >> john: hello, joy. >> you forgot that i wash and feed the poor. i've healed many lepers. >> john: the media is upset over your final upset of "say anything with joy behar." >> you have another show apparent. >> i i do. can i say that it's my ending here? >> john: that's all i've read about. you've had a final appearance for another little program that you do called "the view" yesterday. >> yesterday we put something on tape, and it was a really nice goodbye show. we had a lot of guests. everybody knows if they've been reading anything, they know who they are. so i'm not telling tales. but there is six parts of it. they do th
the republicans are very afraid of answering that question and they know that a sean hannity will not ask that question. and that's what -- >> sean hannity, sean hannity would ask questions. i do think sean hannity would ask questions to figure out who's on his team in terms of being from the far right or whatever. >> okay. we have just set the new uprecord for cross talking segments. progressives across the country are setting their sights on one candidate in one election that is a month away and we're going to talk to him next. i'd be sitting there with my friends who had their verizon phones and i'd be sitting there like "mine's still loading!" i couldn't get email. i couldn't stream movies. i couldn't upload any of our music. that's when i decided to switch. now that i'm on verizon, everything moves fast. with verizon, i have that reliability. i'm completely happy with verizon. verizon's 4g lte is the most reliable and in more places than any other 4g network. period. that's powerful. verizon. get the nokia lumia 928 for free. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a busi
wanted to make a comment, i seen on the sean hannity show that when george zimmerman was introduced and sean hannity asked him if he could do anything over, would he change anything? and the man said no. >> stephanie: yeah. he said it was god's will. >> caller: yeah, it was god's will. and if this man has any -- calls himself a religious human being, he has a lot of reckoning to do with his maker when he meets him. >> stephanie: you are absolutely right. that to me was the most egregious part of this. if he ever expressed any remorse, like oh, i wish i would have stayed in my car -- but really? i wouldn't do anything different? >> caller: ma'am, i'm sorry, i have been in trouble with the law when i was younger, but the only people in my life that i have ever met who made that statement were convicted murders. >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. exactly. well that's -- that's why remorse is part of sentencing hearings. unbelievable. by the way i have seen this picture of mitch mcconnell it is hilarious. he looks like he is doing your impression, because he has seen his new poll numbers. >> oh,
was on our buddy sean hannity's show on monday night. he loves us both. so he said to hannity, these are his exact words. said it's time the rnc stands up to networks, not in the business of promoting our party and our candidates. that's what he wants the media to be, promotion of their agenda. like fox news, he wants everyone to be fox news. he said that on air. that should be the bigger story. he's saying look, if you're going to be difficult to our candidates and ask duff questions and pit them against each other and do the gotcha questions, we're not going to let our candidates be on the tv networks for the debates. but he should be above this. we should be picking the best person -- the republican and democrat. >> stephanie: you can't have people like candy crowley that are biased about things that are true or not. that would be bad. >> you can't be pro facts. you have to be pro republican. god forbid you're pro objectivity, journalism. >> stephanie: you opened the piece perfectly saying how can the leered of the republican party, the party that claims to be concerned about our freedom
on to another bluff being called. >> sure. >> imagine a republican primary where rush limbaugh, sean hannity and mark levin run the debates. >> yes. >> if the rnc has its way it will become a reality. the conservative radio hosts are being looked at as the 2016 debate moderators. meanwhile the rnc is going to ban, not partner, with cnn and nbc from hosting presidential debates because of the networks plans to run hillary clinton themed biopics. the committee voted unanimously on friday to ex-clued the networks and while it was reported that fox was in talks with nbc to produce the mini series, "the new york times" now reporting the studio will not take part. according to the times cbs and fox networks passed on picking up the mini series. priebus defined the vote as part of a process to take back the primary process from the last cycle. >> i'm trying build a party that's year-round, fix a data and digital operation, a debate debacle i called a traveling circus. the fact of the matter is i've got to protect this party and our nominees. look, if you're not going to have 23 debates these guys a
because we're definitely looking out for you. >>> welcome to "hannity." tonight, the battle to deep fund obama care is investigatgetting with some members of the republican party calling it dumb and others calling it exactly what the country leaves. now they want to block the health care law on october 1st, the point at which government funding must get renewed by congress. others in the party say it's too politically risky. senator tom coburn said, quote, it's not an achievable strategy. the dumbest idea i've ever heard but a dozen senators have backed to push this including senator
. ♪ >>> chairman, what do you think about a talk radio debate where maybe i get together with my buddy sean hannity and maybe a mark levin and we interview some of the candidates? i base i think would like that. >> listen, i -- >> he goes on to say i think that was a pretty good idea. why not have the republican primary debates be moderated by right wing talk radio hosts? isn't that what the country is looking for for the next potential president? at the same time the rnc is considering this, conservative activist groups are telling republican members of congress they should go ahead and shut down the government in order to defund obama care. they're saying don't pay attention to what happened in 1995 when there was a huge backlash against republicans when they shut down the government. don't pay attention to anything in your common sense that might tell you that america won't like republican members of congress shutting down the government. believe us when we tell you that we've push polled on the issue and we've come up with a way to tell you it's going to be fine. what packetly is the republican
obama whom we don't think he's doing the right thing. you will never hear sean hannity critical of george bush. you'll never hear sean hannity say anything positive about barack obama. >> that's a very fair point. >> bill: i think his orders come from the top from roger ailes. it was a good little debate they started yesterday morning. and that debate will continue and we'll talk to david jackson, "usa today," at the white house, when we come back. >> announcer: the "bill press show" is joining free speech tv starting september 3rd. find out how to watch at billpressshow.com. >> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. (vo) sh
attacked by the right. i got attacked by fox sean hannity rush limbaugh and i'm saying the names out loud, all of them came at me this week. these people called me and p is c and everything they could call me except a child of god. why did they do that? because i had the nerve to critique this american gods, small g not be too mad. they said o'connor you are coming after god that i was coming up to their god. i was not coming after the god of the scriptures, the god that we know abraham isaac and jacob. i was talking about the god they worship, racism, the god they worship white supremacy so i know this is going to go out everywhere else but how many times can they e-mail my people and everything else. thank god i've got a great institution that takes care of me. i have tenure. i can get fired. a positive and for the people who called the schomberg this week to try to get me off this panel i hope you enjoyed the show. [applause] but wait, one more thing i want to say. this prophetic voice of progressive christianity is missing. we don't hear these voices anymore. it is violent because the
got attacked by the right. i got attacked by fox, sean hannity, rush limbaugh, i'm saying all y'all's names out loud, daily caller, all of them. these people called me a b, the c, everything else they could call me except a child of god, okay? and why did they do that? because i had the nerve to critique this american god. small g now, not big g. but they were like, oh, no, you're coming after after god. but, see, i was coming after their god. i was not coming after the god of scriptures, the god that we know of abraham, isaac and jacob. i was coming after the god they worship, racism, the god they worship, white supremacy. so i know this is going to go out everywhere else and, you know, how many times can they e-mail my people, you know, thank god i got a great institution that takes care of me. i have ten your. i can't get fired. [applause] and for the people who call this week to try to get me off panel, i hope you enjoy the show. [laughter] [applause] but wait, one more thing i want to say. you see, this prophetic voice of progressive christianity is missing. we don't hear t
to a subscriber of one of those companies, this would be a situation where they don't have the records hannity for a chemny -- handy for a yemeni phone number. it's different than the hypothetical you posited earlier. so there's operational consequences there. two, in order to do the sort of analytics that need to happen on that data, the data needs to be aggregated to most effectively do that in a short time, so with three different providers, there would also be the additional step of bringing the data back and analyzing it in short order. and today there's no legal obligation for any of these companies to hold on to data. they do it for their own purposes. so tomorrow we could turn around and any of these companies could decide that, you know, business purposes they don't want to hold on to these records. so we could be faced with a situation which would equal hi impact the types of investigations neil deals with where we wouldn't have that data available. >> anthony, i think what i was getting at is probably what the aclu has been saying, there ought to be specific, targeted requests for t
: sean hannity, who keeps the public informed and that the truth and is never invited to the white house. the other is john hagel, the pastor of the cornerstone church in san antonio, texas. millions around the world revere this man. founder of christians united for israel. he has stood for israel, and he's the the truth of the bible. not what reaches people's ears, bible says.what the people act so lowly love him. he is on twice a day, and he is very funny when he is speaking about the church and the home situation. expert on --as an he knows the bible inside and out, outside and out. he does not back up from what god says. that is what we want in this country because the lord says if my people, which are caught by my name, will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways, i will hear from heaven, and i will heal their land. he does not make excuses or acceptances because it is politically correct. and he is a man's man, but the women love him too. he loves god, and he speaks the truth, and it is very rare today. host: all right, that is margaret in oklahoma. from page of
. and you can watch tv on your flight. so i watched some of sean hannity's show -- >> bill: oh, my god. >> and it was just the dumbest issue, and then i realized that i was getting looks from people next to me. and i realized oh, crap, they think -- and i wanted to say i promise i'm just watching for the train wreck, but it is a total bogus issue. >> bill: remember acorn? >> yeah. >> bill: still, and that organization doesn't even exist anymore, and they are still talk about it on fox news. something else that bares to mention here, doing our job as the liberal media, and this is -- me, the number one critic of eric holder, two days in a row we has done things that made sense. two days ago he gave the speech in san francisco, where he said this maximum/minimum sentencing we have been practicing is really making maters worse not better, and we're going to stop forcing it at the federal level. good for him on that issue, and yesterday the department of justice said no, we're going to stand up, we're going to court. we're going to try to block this latest merger in the airlines, and, you
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. from theour calls democrats line. from jesup, georgia. think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of , the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the hard toans tried so take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family help thend not try to one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller: i think rick santorum from pennsylvania. i believe chris christie of new je
to have another talk show, i'd love to have a show along the lines of a hannity or reilly, political show where you call in and give your opinions, and i'm looking around to try and find that. hopefully, that can happen. >> host: is radio the only thing you're doing right now? >> guest: well, i'm writing a play. i've had a meeting with sony pictures, and they've begin me some optimism maybe this project could be a movie someday. and i want to make it a play first along the lines of what tyler perry did. and then take it to a production house and maybe get it made. >> host: would you star in it like tyler perry does? >> guest: no, i'm not an actor. [laughter] >> host: are you still a lawyer? practicing lawyer? >> guest: i am. i'm not practicing, but i'm still a lawyer. i haven't been disbarred. >> host: john's in west lake village, and i have no idea what your state is, because it's all run off the screen. tell us your state and go ahead with your question or comment. >> caller: california. >> host: thank you, sir. >> caller: i guess i have three questions. number one, do you have any chil
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